Result
Final, Mumbai (BS), Mar 31 2018, India Tri-Nation Women's T20 Series
209/4
(20 ov, target 210)
152/9
AUS Women won by 57 runs
Player Of The Match
Australia Women
1y
• The Report by Annesha Ghosh in Mumbai

Lanning's 88* powers Australia to tri-series title

Meg Lanning's fourth straight unbeaten knock of the series led Australia to the highest total in women's T20Is as they beat England in the final by 57 runs

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Scorecard summary
Australia Women209/4(20 overs)
England Women152/9(20 overs)
end of over 208 runs • 1 wicket
ENG-W: 152/9CRR: 7.6 
Tash Farrant1 (1)
Danielle Hazell4 (4)
Megan Schutt4-0-14-3
Delissa Kimmince4-0-35-2

Thanks for joining us through the length of the tournament. Please do join us for the ODI's between India Women and England Women. That's a bilateral series and not part of ICC Women's championship. Till then bye from all of us here

Lanning is the Player of the match:These are good batting conditions and good to put up a p'ship with Villani. Good to bat with her. Very proud of the girls throughout the tour. I have enjoyed this series after coming back

Megan Schutt is the Player of the Series: I don't think I have spoken in front of cameras. We got some big runs and it was nice to defend them. These are tough conditions and it is nice to hold your nerve in situations. I think I rode my luck this tour

Hazell : Found out that Heather Knight wasn't playing in the morning and I was excited. When you play someone as classy as Lanning things don't go your away. The inexperienced players, we are happy with them as long as they enjoy the game.

Fielding is the biggest difference between the teams. While England fielders let 3 boundaries in an over by misfielding, Australia must not have let that many through in the entire innings. Wyatt did start off in an aggressive fashion, but after she was dismissed, England didn't quite have the firepower to chase it down

19.6
1
Schutt to Farrant, 1 run
slogs it to deep square-leg for a single and Australia Women win by 57 runs
19.5
w
Schutt to Gunn, OUT
short ball on the leg stump. She looks to slice it and misses. The ball gets deflected onto the stumps off the pad
JL Gunn b Schutt 5 (6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 83.33
19.4
2
Schutt to Gunn, 2 runs
19.3
2
Schutt to Gunn, 2 runs
lofts it to long-off for a couple
19.2
1
Schutt to Hazell, 1 run
drives it to cover for a single
19.1
2
Schutt to Hazell, 2 runs
fuller ball outside the off stump. She looks to go inside out and doesn't time it as the fielder at cover drops it
end of over 193 runs • 1 wicket
ENG-W: 144/8CRR: 7.57 • RRR: 66.00
Jenny Gunn1 (3)
Danielle Hazell1 (2)
Delissa Kimmince4-0-35-2
Megan Schutt3-0-6-2
18.6
Kimmince to Gunn, no run
pushes it back to the bowler
18.5
1
Kimmince to Hazell, 1 run
18.4
Kimmince to Hazell, no run
comes forward and drives it to cover
18.3
w
Kimmince to Ecclestone, OUT
fuller ball on the leg stump. She looks to whip it and gets a leading edge. Mooney takes the catch at cover
S Ecclestone c Mooney b Kimmince 2 (3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66
18.2
1
Kimmince to Gunn, 1 run
pushes it to midwicket for a single
18.1
1
Kimmince to Ecclestone, 1 run
slogs it to long-on for a single
end of over 181 runs • 2 wicket
ENG-W: 141/7CRR: 7.83 • RRR: 34.50
Jenny Gunn0 (1)
Sophie Ecclestone1 (1)
Megan Schutt3-0-6-2
Ashleigh Gardner3-0-20-2
17.6
Schutt to Gunn, no run
comes forward and drives it back to the bowler
17.5
1
Schutt to Ecclestone, 1 run
pushes it to midwicket for a single
17.4
w
Schutt to Davidson-Richards, OUT
fuller ball on the leg stump. She is looking to slog it and misses. The ball hits the leg stump
AN Davidson-Richards b Schutt 1 (4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 25.00
17.3
Schutt to Davidson-Richards, no run
cuts it to point
17.2
Schutt to Davidson-Richards, no run
17.1
w
Schutt to Wilson, OUT
fuller ball outside the off stump. She lofts it to long-on where Perry takes the catch. They needed the boundaries and the shot was on. Just that she couldn't time it
FC Wilson c Perry b Schutt 14 (15b 1x4 0x6) SR: 93.33
Match details
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
TossEngland Women , elected to field first
SeriesIndia Tri-Nation Women's T20 Series 2018
Player Of The Match
Meg Lanning
Player Of The Series
Megan Schutt
Series resultAustralia Women won the 2017/18 India Tri-Nation Women's T20 Series
Match numberWomen's T20I no. 411
Season2017/18
Match days31 March 2018 (20-over match)
Umpires
KN Ananthapadmanabhan
Rohan Pandit
TV Umpire
Saiyed Khalid
Reserve Umpire
Ulhas Gandhe
Match Referee
Manu Nayyar